bySklare, Marshall, 1921-; Brandeis University. Center for Modern Jewish Studies; Planning Conference for a Center for Modern Jewish Studies (1979 : Brandeis University)
Papers delivered at the Planning Conference for a Center for Modern Jewish Studies which took place on the Brandeis campus on Oct. 21-24, 1979 Topics: Brandeis University. Center for Modern Jewish Studies, Jews, Judaism
Public Interest Podcast consists of conversations with politicians, activists, advocates, and others who seek to improve the world. Topics: Jewish Studies, Vassar College, Liberal Arts Education, Humanities, Critical Thinking, Medieval...
Fifty-year-old Yonatan Luria, raising his daughter, Dana, alone, finds his life transformed forever when he meets Shira Klein, a best-selling author, and the three embark on a halting journey toward making a family together Topics: General, Fiction - General, Fiction, Literary, Fiction / General, Authors, Families, Jewish Studies
Rachel Leket-Mor, ASU Libraries Jewish Studies Bibliographer, joins Fred and co-host Mimmo Bonanni for a fascinating discussion on the history and impact of Israeli pulp fiction. Rachel provides an overview of the 300 pulp books available from the ASU Libraries Archives and Special collections and what this unique collection of westerns, sci-fi, detective, World War II, and adventure stories reveal about Israeli culture during the 1950s and 1960s. The ISRAPULP Collection at ASU Libraries , the... Topics: asu libraries, pulp, popular literature, translation, stalags, israeli society, podcasts, arizona... Source: WAV File Recorded on Marantz PMD670
Privileged childhood. Austrian origins ; Life in Prague ; Turbulent times -- Refugee. Paris and beyond ; Escape -- A new life. America ; Europe and Beverly Hills after the war ; Foreign service ; A new beginning ; Berkeley and Palo Alto ; Argentina -- Kaleidoscopic view of the years since 1968. White Plains ; Bethesda ; Frank's last years and death ; Another beginning -- Epilogue Topics: Biography: general, Jewish studies, General, Biography / Autobiography, Meissner, Margit, 1922-,...
byGilbert, Martin, 1936-2015; Gilbert, Martin, 1936-2015. Jewish history atlas
Published in Great Britain as: Jewish history atlas / Martin Gilbert. 4th ed. London : Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1992 Topics: Asian / Middle Eastern history, Jewish studies, Israel, Historical Atlases, History Of Jews,...
David Shneer, Professor of History and Religious Studies and Director of the Program in Jewish Studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder, was interviewed by Emma Morgenstern on July 10, 2010, at the Yiddish Book Center in Amherst, Massachusetts. Professor Shneer begins the interview discussing his family background and childhood. He describes growing up in a suburb of Los Angeles where he was the only Jewish kid on the block and notes that there was not a lot of Jewish observance or... Topics: steiner internship program, yiddish, studying yiddish, gay synagogue, jewish studies, yiddish...
Jack Kugelmass, Director of the Center for Jewish Studies and professor of Anthropology at the University of Florida, remembers his parents speaking "kitchen Yiddish," Yiddish phrases, as a child growing up in Montreal, Canada. He speaks fondly of his grandmother, who was both a Yiddish speaker and an intellectually engaged leader in his family and discusses the cultural ties between Canadian Jewry living in Montreal. He discussed the current challenges to Yiddish and Jewish studies... Topics: Yiddish Book Center, National Yiddish Book Center, Wexler Oral History Project, Jewish Community of...
byFrank, Anne, 1929-1945; Mooyaart-Doubleday, B. M
This ed. originally published 1958. This translation originally published as 'The diary of a young girl'. 1952. Originally published as 'Het achterhuis'. Amsterdam: Contact, 1947 Topics: Biography: general, Jewish studies, The Holocaust, Frank, Anne, 1929-1945, German Occupation of...
Anti-Semitism, It's History and Causes By Bernard Lazare: Bernard Lazare (15 June 1865 - September 1903) was a Jewish French literary critic, scholar, political journalist, anarchist, Zionist and polemicist. As a Jewish intellectual, Bernard Lazare, in his book 'Anti-Semitism, its Causes and History', makes the rare attempt, to analyze and evaluate racism and hatred directed against Jews, from an impartial, and neutral world lens. Like a true, and uncommon scholar, Bernard Lazare emotionally... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: anti-semitism, anti-semitic, jew, jews, judaism, racism, anti-jewish, israel, anti-semitism its...